Boss Hanoi Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... bus-boat-bus combo from Cat Ba to Hanoi. The process of us getting the tickets was the same as on the way to Cat Ba – we paid at the start and then the cash was passed along a chain of different people who then bought us the ticket for the next stage. It all worked without a hitch though. Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and is a bit chaotic. There are hundreds of motorbikes squeezing through the smallest of gaps and ignoring the rules of the ...
... it wasn't for the shoulder burn and rumbling tummy not wanting to miss dinner I could have skimmed through the water for several more hours. Leaving Castaway island we were glad we "survived" and were looking forward to more adventures in the city before parting ways. So a quick clean up and off we went patrolling the streets in search of our next culinary experience. Bun bo was it. Another winner! Actually my favourite yet and beat pho 10 to 1. This was a bowl of noodles, ...
... to get through the day without our 3 hour long afternoon naps. Yesterday we took a walk to the main train station to buy all our train tickets that will take us 1,726km down to Ho Chi Minh City (£38 each thanks very much). The walk took about an hour there and back, even though the everyone said it was too far to walk. Then we visited a nice little temple in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake whilst on our way back to the hostel. Big day out. In the evening we ...
... The average age of the ‘volunteers’ who helped keep the route open under the perpetual bombardment when they died was 20 - hence the number of the road. They were sent in with just two days supplies, as this was the their life expectancy once here. The British Caving Organisation, which has been involved in charting the caves systems here since 2009, reported finding Kalashnikov rifles on this road every 15 paces.
Over a ten year period, a bomb was dropped on ...
... some pretty upscale. It is more of a resort town. However, probably because the competition is so fierce, the prices can be pretty low. We are staying at a place called the Earth Villa. We have a large Balinese-style villa room with all the necessary requirements (and free breakfast!) for only $34/night. It's located halfway between Old Town Hoi An and the Cua Dai beach, on the main drag (Cua Dai road), about 2 km each way. We got ...